Nursing schools are attracting more students, but not enough
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Also on today's program: Midcareer women struggle to reenter the workforce and the owner of a child care center remains optimistic (but tired) as enrollment ticks back up.
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Probably through next year, but maybe even longer.
An AARP report shows nearly 70% of those unemployed in June had been out of work for six months or more.
April Hemmes had to replant her soybeans after a frost killed them. But they're coming out better than expected, she says.
There are signs enrollment in nursing schools has picked up, just as nurses are leaving the profession.
Milli Pintacsi's child care operation was expanding, and enrollment had reached full capacity. Then the pandemic shut down the business.